02 Apr

I-4 Corridor: Stretching Threads across Florida

I am proud to say that, not one, but two of my works have been chosen to join the SAQA show “I-4 Corridor: Stretching Threads across Florida.” The show will take place in three locations — New Smyrna Beach, Daytona Beach, and Orlando — and will run from June 1 until June 30, 2008. Organizer/Juror Mary McBride describes the show:

I-4 Corridor: Stretching Threads Across Florida

This is an international exhibition of fiber art members of Studio Art Quilt Associates who will be featured at several galleries and museums across the I-4 Corridor which bisects Central Florida. It is presented in conjunction with the Handweaver’s Guild of America Convergence 2008 in Tampa, Florida.  Dates are June 1 – June 30, 2008.  Jurors are Peg Keeney, Mary McBride and Linda Colsh.

My quilt, “Fliegenpilz II,” will be at the Comma Gallery in Orlando, and “Village Series #1” will be at the Harris House Gallery in New Smyrna Beach. I’ll share more information as I receive it.

20 thoughts on “I-4 Corridor: Stretching Threads across Florida

  1. Congratulations Kristen, what an exciting event. My friend Paula Chung is in this show also, I’m not sure which galleries

  2. That is wonderful Kristin. Congratulations. I just love seeing your work honored. I was able to get a copy of Quiltmania when I was in Seattle this weekend. The article on the show and the picture of Quiltstadt is great.

  3. Wonderful Kristin- congratulations- and there was you some time ago worrying about your “style”- see nothing to worry about at all!

  4. A huge congratulations to you! That must be an amazing feeling to have not one but two quilts selected. I for one am not at all surprised! YOU are really GOOD! Hope you’r having a great weekend and looking forward to seeing some of your pockets stitched up too.

  5. Kristin happy congratulations to you, well done getting 2 quilts in the exhibition,
    I like both the 12 x 12 quilts but think I like the first (the one on the 12 x 12 blog) best, best thoughts Frances

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